Alleged images of a Galaxy S6 uncover off steel support in new leak

February 5, 2015 - photo frame

Galasy S6 steel body

As is a box with each year, we’ve listened a satisfactory share of rumors per a next-gen Galaxy S. Among others, we’ve listened that Samsung is starting from block one in terms of pattern and build quality, mostly due to a company’s massive decrease in Galaxy S5 sales. A few rumors have popped adult per a Galaxy S6’s hardware, though zero too estimable utterly yet. However, a new trickle from currently has allegedly outed cinema of a Galaxy S6’s steel frame. Take a demeanour during a photos next for a closer look.

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The purported photos exhibit some new information that we haven’t seen yet: a symbol layout. As we can see from a photos, a MicroUSB port, 3.5mm headphone jack, orator and what looks like a microphone cutout are placed during a bottom. The right side looks to underline a power/standby pivotal and SIM label slot. On a left side, we’re saying a volume rocker, and a tip has cutouts for a antennas and what could presumably be an IR blaster. Other rumors advise that a S6 will underline a 5.5-inch AMOLED 1080p display, a 20MP camera, and even significantly reduction bloatware when it comes to a software.

Furthermore, Samsung has only released a teaser picture for their Unpacked eventuality slated for Mar 1st. The teaser picture shows what looks to be a winding display, most like we’ve seen on a Galaxy Note Edge.

We need to remember that these images, and fundamentally all in this post, are only rumors for now. If you’re meddlesome in some-more Galaxy S6 rumors, head to a gossip roundup. So, what do we think? Could this be a Galaxy S6? Let us know your thoughts in a comments below.

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